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Hugh Pym in Ghana.

Eddie Mair | 16:03 UK time, Friday, 15 May 2009

Where in the world can you find an economy with positive growth - no banking crisis - and attracting attention from international investors.

Why not head for Ghana?

Hugh Pym did.

"Nnaana Adjei who has returned from a life a banker in New York to work in Accra to sell washing powder to shops in the city.

School children in the new shopping mall in Accra. The shops range from international names to local food shops.

Hugh and Joseph Owusu-Akyam who bought the land for the mall in 1978 and has seen in surge in popularity

Edward Effah of Fidelity bank who left the City of London to work in Ghana.

Farmers meeting city investors to explain how investment could help them become more productive"


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